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Mother of God! It’s Line of Duty already: 100 years of the BBC, part 10
From Jed Mercurio’s bent copper hit to Michaela Coel’s powerful I May Destroy You and Russell T Davies’s prescient Years and Years, the BBC shows it can still be innovative and provocative

Mark Lawson

07, Oct, 2022 @2:00 PM

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‘Insane rightwing misogynist? I’m none of those things!’ Steven Moffat on Doctor Who, his Baftas and his critics
The star TV writer has brought David Tennant and Stanley Tucci together for a new BBC drama about good people forced to do bad things. He talks about cliffhangers, ‘powerful, sexy women’ and what it would take for him to kill

Stuart Jeffries

19, Sep, 2022 @5:00 AM

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Martin Freeman: ‘I’m one of few people in my family who would ever unironically go into a church’
The cuddly Bilbo and John Watson actor, 50, tells Rich Pelley about squash, lefty politics, having a little faith and reserving the right to be difficult

Rich Pelley

16, Jul, 2022 @1:00 PM

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‘None of it has felt insurmountable’: Amanda Abbington on Sherlock, separation and her fiancé’s nightmare fall
After her show-stealing turn in the Steven Moffat drama, the actor is returning to comedy with his play The Unfriend. She talks about why funny women intimidate men, her daredevil partner – and coping with the accident that befell him

Arifa Akbar

23, May, 2022 @5:00 AM

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I thought I was past teenage crushes. Then I saw Benedict Cumberbatch | Tabitha Carvan
When Tabitha Carvan developed intense feelings for the actor, she found a community of middle-aged women who felt the same – without any shame

Tabitha Carvan

16, Mar, 2022 @4:30 PM

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Beryl Vertue obituary
Writers’ agent who became a television producer with credits including Sherlock, Men Behaving Badly and Coupling

Anthony Hayward

13, Feb, 2022 @5:53 PM

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Mark Gatiss: ‘I’m currently very, very ashamed of being English’
The former League of Gentlemen star on his love of low-budget British spinechillers, his loathing of Brexit and a slew of projects opening this winter

Claire Armitstead

31, Oct, 2021 @12:00 PM

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'I think I’ve written more Sherlock Holmes than even Conan Doyle': the ongoing fight to reimagine Holmes
Arthur Conan Doyle’s master detective has been endlessly rewritten. But nearly a century after the author’s death, how new writers portray him remains contested

Alison Flood

04, Feb, 2021 @3:03 PM

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The curious case of Sherlock Holmes' evolving emotions
The estate of Arthur Conan Doyle has filed a lawsuit against the creators of Enola Holmes for showing off the fictional detective’s softer side

Arwa Mahdawi

07, Oct, 2020 @6:00 AM

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Streaming: Enola Holmes and the best Sherlock adaptations on screen
The great sleuth’s savvy teenage sister, new to Netflix, would give everyone from Basil Rathbone to Ian McKellen a run for his money

Guy Lodge

26, Sep, 2020 @7:00 AM

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From the archive: in search of Sherlock Holmes, January 1974
Letters were still pouring in at 221B Baker Street, someone had to answer them. By Chris Hall

Chris Hall

05, Jul, 2020 @5:00 AM

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Mark Gatiss: ‘We live in an age of popinjays – Rees-Mogg, Johnson – and we fall for it’
The Sherlock writer and actor on his new adaption of Dracula and why apple crumble is the answer to our doom-laden times

Tim Adams

08, Dec, 2019 @1:00 PM

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